Just like you, we’re continually adapting to COVID-19 and are working to better understand how it will impact your college search decision. While our first priorities will always be your safety and the safety of our campus community, we are still offering ways to help support you as you choose your future academic home.

This page is intended to reflect decisions and share resources related to the coronavirus pandemic.

COVID-19 Updates

Questions about what we are doing about COVID-19 at a university level?

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COVID-19 protocols for visitors

Before coming to campus, please review our health procedures and protocols. These protocols are required even if visitors have been fully vaccinated. Our guidelines are subject to change at any time. Please check back here before you visit for the most up-to-date information.

  • Masks optional: Face coverings are not required except for when riding the Around the Horn Shuttle, or in our health centers, including the CSU Health Network and the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
  • Stay home if needed: Do not come to campus if you are sick, believe you have been exposed to COVID-19, or if you test positive for COVID-19.
  • Physically distance: Maintain a reasonable distance from other individuals not in your party, including staff and tour guides, at all times. Physical distancing markers will be placed around the check-in location and at various other points throughout the tour.
  • Follow directional signs: Pay attention to signage when entering and exiting buildings, classrooms, and other public spaces.
  • Wash your hands: Please wash your hands and practice good hygiene. Hand sanitizer will be available at check-in and at various points around campus.
  • Show your Ram pride: Admissions staff will provide you with a sticker in order to identify you as a campus visitor. Please display your sticker visibly at all times.
  • Coming from out of state? Please follow the CDC’s travel guidelines prior to booking your trip.

General information about the Office of Admissions

Yes. While some staff are still operating remotely, our front office is open on weekdays and limited times on the weekends.

Yes! Office of Admissions staff are still available to help you with any questions or problems you may have. Many staff members may not be on site at this time, but are working remotely on a regular schedule.

There are many ways to reach Office of Admissions staff. Here are some of the best options:

Impacts to prospective student events

While some events have been canceled, many have been scheduled. See what opportunities are available for visits, like our student-guided tour or self-guided tour.

Yes, we created lots of virtual alternatives for in-person events. Start by scheduling a live webinar or a one-on-one video chat with an admissions counselor. You can find all of our virtual opportunities here.

Get in touch with the Office of Admissions

Still have questions? We’re here for you.

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